Economics Competition

Sunrizon
Economics Olympiad

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the Sunrizon Economics Olympiad, hosted by Sunrizon Economics! 

 

The Sunrizon Economics Olympiad consists of 30 multiple choice questions (each worth 1 point), with a 20-minute time limit. The form will submit automatically if you do not do so prior to the 20-minute limit.

 

You may compete as an individual OR as a 2-person team. If you compete as an individual, your score will be the number of multiple choice questions you answer correctly. If you compete as a team, your team’s score will be the average of the two individual scores.

 

After you complete this exam, there is an optional tiebreaker short response question on a different form (linked at the end of the exam). This response will only be read if you are in a tie.

If you’d like to learn more about Sunrizon Economics’s other programs and resources (including our chapter program, book donation program, and YouTube channel), please visit jm-sunrizon-economics.org.

 

Best of luck!

Congratulations to our 2022 Sunrizon Economics Olympiad Winners! A big thank you to all of our participants. We're looking forward to hosting our second Sunrizon Economics Olympiad in 2023, so please check back for more details next year!

 

Division for students who have previously taken an economics course:

  • 1st place: Andre Hsu, Kaohsiung American School, Taiwan

  • 2nd place: Shravan Potluri, Saratoga High, California

  • 3rd place: Steve Mendeleev, ISL, Luxembourg

 

Division for students who have not previously taken an economics course:

  • 1st place: Ting Yueh Chen, Kaohsiung American School, Taiwan

  • 2nd place: Sonal Madala, American High School, California

  • 3rd place: João Boas, Colégio Ari de Sá Cavalcante, Brazil

20 Minutes: 30 Multiple Choice

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